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The army museum here was pretty cool. There were a variety of arms and armor from all over the Spanish Empire, a collection of medals, cannon, and other items. The temporary exhibits were only in Spanish.
The building dominates the city skyline and promises much. Even though it's advertised as an "army museum", you might expect that there would be a fair focus on the building's history and heritage.
Not so! Once you've paid 8 euro each for entrance and an...More
To visit the Alcázares you have to go through the Museum of Miliataryand then you can see the original walls etc. The museum is quite interesting but here is a lot of floors of the different times of the army. It is worth a visit...More
From knights on horseback to modern aviation in the form of a helicopter, you can see all things military, Army-related and historic at this central focus for Toledo tourism. On Sundays, admission is free—so plan your week carefully and save the price of a 'menu...More
We were two couples, one American and one English, spending 8 nights touring Paradores. This was the turn of Toledo and so we visited this museum. It is simply huge and probably needs a couple of days to experience it properly. For some of the...More
If you want to spend your day inside looking at museum pieces that is fine but if you are expecting a beautiful castle and views you'll be sadly disappointed. You wouldn't even k ow you were in a castle because you never get to see...More
Such a big complex! For students it's free and you can left you luggage in a closets. When you enter, in Nenew building is visigoth, roman and maur exposition, after that you enter into alcazar itself. Four floors full of information about Spanish history. Miniatures...More
The Alcazar, rebuilt after the 1930s Spanish Civil War, now houses an excellent museum - formally known as the Army Museum. Don't let the name fool you as it provides a fabulous overview of Spain's military, political and colonial history with plenty of artefacts and...More
I am not sure. I went by car, but in Zocodover square there is information about public transport and a train that goes around the Alcázar. Moreover, there is a bus station nearby the square. I hope that helps you.